Financial Matters

The Seminary is interested in helping students supplement their individual resources with financial aid. Below are some of the resources a student may want to investigate for assistance. As you review the options please keep the following in mind:

  • Students must be admitted and registered for more than 4.5 semester credits in a program leading to a graduate degree to be eligible for federally funded financial assistance and to be considered for seminary scholarships
  • To receive federal financial aid, students may not owe a refund on any federal grant or be in default on any federal loan received for attendance at any institution; additional information regarding financial aid may be obtained by calling student financial services 585.594.6150
  • Financial aid is packaged annually for a full academic year and is distributed equally between the fall and spring semesters; when students enter the Seminary in the spring financial aid is packaged for the spring semester only. Students may apply for financial aid for summer terms. Contact student financial services for direction at 585.594.6150
  • For additional financial aid information and loan applications, please contact student financial services at 585.594.6150; if you are seeking a loan application, please make sure you have already fulfilled the application checklist
  • The Seminary’s tuition and fees, course offerings, admissions requirements, degree and faculty offerings, and academic and/or degree requirements are subject to change without notice and do not constitute a contract between any student and the Seminary